Dauphin Island Gathering Partners

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Effective Date: 01/10/1999, Docket: RP99-181-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 122 First Revised Sheet No. 122 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 122

in the measurement of gas, then the calculated deliveries

of gas shall be adjusted to compensate for such error.

Such adjustment shall be made for such period of inaccuracy

as may be definitely known. If the period of inaccuracy

shall not be definitely known, then such adjustment shall

be made for the last half of the period (but not exceeding

15 days) between the time the metering equipment was

adjusted to register correctly and the date of the last

previous meter test. If for any reason the measuring

equipment is out of service or out of repair so that the

amount of gas delivered cannot be ascertained or computed

from the readings thereof, the amount of gas delivered

during such period shall be estimated and agreed upon by

the use of the first of the following methods which is

feasible: (a) by using the registration of any check

measuring equipment if installed and accurately

registering; (b) by correcting the error if the percentage

of error is ascertainable by calibration, test or

mathematical calculation; or (c) by estimating the quantity

of gas delivered by reference to actual deliveries during

proceeding periods under similar conditions when the

equipment in question was registering accurately.

 

4.4 Check Measuring Equipment:

 

Shipper may install, maintain and operate, at its own

expense, such check measuring equipment upstream of

Transporter's measurement equipment at the Receipt Point(s)

as it shall desire, provided that such equipment shall be

so installed as not to interfere with the operation of

Transporter's measuring equipment.

 

4.5 Retention of Records:

 

All original records of measurement or test data compiled

by either party in conjunction with the provisions of

Transporter's Rate Schedules and these General Terms and

Conditions shall be preserved by the party for a minimum

period of three (3) years from the date the record was made

or such longer period as may be required by law or

governmental authority, and for so long thereafter as any

disputes exist between Shipper and Transporter regarding

measurement or inspections.